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Universal adhesive mix for tiles and stone

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The adhesive mixture for tiles is highly elastic

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Adhesive mixture for facing fireplaces, stoves and "warm" floors

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Adhesive mix for tiles highly elastic fixing

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Adhesive mixture for gluing insulation boards PPS and MV

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Adhesive mixture for gluing and reinforcing insulation boards PPS and MV

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Adhesive mix for aerated concrete

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Plaster cement-lime mix V MP 1

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Plaster starting cement-lime mixture V MP

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Plaster cement-polymer finishing mixture V CP Finish

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Gypsum plaster mix MGP PRO

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Cement screed for floor installation VF 150

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Cement screed for floors VF 250

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Mixture for waterproofing is one-component FW 20

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The mixture for the floor is self-leveling FL 50

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Mass level 5-15 mm FN 15

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Cement-sand mix VСS 15

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Adhesive mix for ceramic tiles

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 1 Ц.2.ЗК1 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mix for ceramic tiles
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
188 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX is intended for lining inside buildings of brick, concrete and plastered surfaces on a cement or cement-lime base with ceramic tiles and other facing materials with water absorption of at least 3% and a size of no more than 300 * 300 mm (mm). Also, the TM-1 mixture can be used inside residential premises for cladding non-deformable horizontal and vertical bases with porcelain tiles no larger than 300*300 mm (mm) that are subject to slightly intense mechanical influences (according to SNiP 2.03.13-88).

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • water resistance and strength;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • reliable fixing of tiles;
  • resistant to slipping from vertical surfaces.

Storage:

TM-1 adhesive mixture is made on the basis of cement with special mineral aggregates and polymer admixtures.

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.20-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.0-5 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

TM-1 adhesive mixture contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.5 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,0…5,5
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,5 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 10
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0,5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,8
Offset of the material to be fixed (for walls only) No more than 0.5 mm
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 48

Adhesive mix for ceramic tiles

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 5 Ц.2.ЗК1 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mix for ceramic tiles
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
198 UAH

Scope of application:

TM VANMIX tile adhesive mixture is intended for gluing ceramic tiles with a size of no more than 400*400 mm (mm) with a water absorption of more than 3% on vertical and horizontal non-deformable mineral surfaces inside and outside buildings.

Storage:

TM-5 adhesive mixture is made on the basis of cement with special mineral aggregates and polymer impurities.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • reliable fixing of tiles;
  • resistant to slipping from vertical surfaces.

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.20-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.0-5 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set with the help of distance crosses. The remains of the mortar mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

TM-1 adhesive mixture contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.5 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,0 … 6,0
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1.5 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 10
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0.5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,8
displacement of the material to be fixed (for walls only), mm Not more than 0.5
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Time of possible technological movement, H Not earlier than 48

Adhesive mix for facing surfaces with tiles made of porcelain stoneware and stone

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 10 Ц.1.ЗК2 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mix for facing surfaces with tiles made of porcelain stoneware and stone
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
282 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for TM VANMIX tiles is intended for lining concrete, brick, cement-sand, cement-lime, gypsum and other non-deforming mineral horizontal and vertical surfaces with ceramic and porcelain tiles with dimensions not exceeding 600 × 600 mm (mm) water absorption of at least 1%. TM 10 adhesive mixture is used inside and outside buildings in residential, civil and industrial construction. For facing surfaces outside buildings, as well as gluing ceramic granite tiles with water absorption less than 1%. The glue has excellent adhesion to the decorative stone.

Storage:

TM-10 adhesive mixture contains cement with special mineral aggregates and polymer impurities.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • high adhesion to ceramic granite and stone
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • reliable fixing of tiles;
  • resistant to slipping from vertical surfaces.

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.20-0.24 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.0-6 .0 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

TM-10 adhesive mixture contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.7 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,5 … 6,2
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,4 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 20
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0,8
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,8
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Time of possible technological movement, H Not earlier than 48

Adhesive mixture for tiling the floor

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 12 Ц.1.ЗК2 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mixture for tiling the floor
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
363 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX TM 12 is intended for facing concrete, brick, cement-sand, cement-lime, gypsum and other mineral horizontal and vertical surfaces, inside and outside buildings with ceramic, ceramic granite and artificial stone tiles of sizes no more than 600 x 600 mm (mm) with water absorption from 0%. It is effective for lining the walls and floors of apartments, bathrooms, halls, lobbies, stairwells, cold transitions, corridors, foyers, closed terraces, loggias, as well as floors with water heating.

Storage:

TM-12 adhesive mixture contains cement with special mineral aggregates, reinforced fiber and polymer additives.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • highly elastic, withstands mechanical deformation;
  • for covering floors with water heating.

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.22-0.24 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.5-6 .0 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor. On bases with deformation seams, the latter must be additionally duplicated in the facing, followed by their filling with elastic sealants. When performing exterior work, a combined method is used for fixing tiles: the mortar mixture is applied to the surface in a layer, the thickness of which should correspond to the size of the grater tooth, and to the tile in a layer of up to 1 mm, evenly over the entire surface.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

Adhesive mixture TM-12 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.7 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,0…5,5
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,7 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 10
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0,5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,8
Offset of the material to be fixed (for walls only) No more than 0.5 mm
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 48

Universal adhesive mix for tiles and stone

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 15 Ц.1.ЗК4 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Universal adhesive mix for tiles and stone
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
454 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX TM 15 is intended for internal and external cladding of strong mineral bases (heavy concrete, aerated concrete, brick, plaster, etc.) with all types of natural and artificial materials on a mineral basis (decorative stone, sandstone, granite, glass, concrete tiles, etc.). The adhesive mixture is intended for facing with large-format tiles of 800*800 mm (mm), with a water absorption of less than 1%. Due to its high water resistance and frost resistance, the glue can be used effectively on bases subject to periodic deformation due to moisture and expansion (indoor pools and tanks, showers, balconies, terraces, heated floors, etc.). TM-15 glue is recommended for facing the surface of old ceramic tiles by the "tile on tile" method, with the exception of facing on a glazed surface. Especially recommended for covering floors with electric and water heating.

Storage:

TM-15 adhesive mixture contains cement with special mineral aggregates, reinforced fiber and polymer additives.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • water resistance;
  • highly elastic, withstands internal mechanical deformation;
  • high fixing ability;
  • elasticized for wide format tiles;
  • for covering floors with water and electric heating (warm floor).

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.24-0.26 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (6.0-6 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Recommendations:

On bases with deformation seams, the latter must be additionally duplicated in the facing, followed by their filling with elastic sealants. When performing exterior work, a combined method is used for fixing tiles: the mortar mixture is applied to the surface in a layer, the thickness of which should correspond to the size of the grater tooth, and to the tile in a layer of up to 1 mm, evenly over the entire surface.

Note:

Adhesive mixture TM-15 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.8 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,5 … 6,7
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,3 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 20
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 1,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0.63
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50

The adhesive mixture for tiles is highly elastic

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 20 Ц.1.ЗК4 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

The adhesive mixture for tiles is highly elastic
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
680 UAH

Scope of application:

Adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX TM 20 is intended for internal and external cladding of strong mineral bases (heavy concrete, aerated concrete, brick, plaster, etc.) with all types of natural and artificial materials on a mineral basis (decorative stone, sandstone, granite, glass, concrete tiles, etc.). The adhesive mixture is intended for facing with large-format tiles 1200*600 mm (mm). The mixture can also be used to cover surfaces painted with alkyd paints. Due to its high water resistance and frost resistance, the glue can be used effectively on bases subject to periodic deformation due to moisture and expansion (indoor pools and tanks, showers, balconies, terraces, heated floors, etc.). It is especially recommended for facing stairs and stairwells, as well as floor surfaces arranged at an angle. It is advisable to use glue for high-quality arrangement of floors with water and electric heating.

Storage:

TM-20 adhesive mixture contains cement with special mineral aggregates, reinforced fiber and special polymer additives.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • highly elastic, withstands internal mechanical deformation;
  • high fixing ability;
  • highly elastic for wide-format tiles;
  • excellent adhesion to old alkyd bases;
  • prevents the formation of cracks under mechanical loads;
  • for covering floors with water and electric heating (warm floor).

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.24-0.26 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (6.0-6 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer to the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Recommendations:

On bases with deformation seams, the latter must be additionally duplicated in the facing, followed by their filling with elastic sealants. When performing external work, a combined method is used for fixing tiles: the mortar mixture is applied to the surface in a layer, the thickness of which should correspond to the size of the grater tooth, and to the tile in a layer of up to 1 mm, evenly over the entire surface.

Note:

Adhesive mixture TM-20 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in a branded sealed package in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.8 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 6,0…6,5
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,8 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 20
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 1,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0.63
Offset of the material to be fixed (for walls only) No more than 0.5 mm
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 48

Adhesive mixture for facing fireplaces, stoves and "warm" floors TM 21 Thermo

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 21 Ц.1.ЗК2 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mixture for facing fireplaces, stoves and warm floors TM 21 Thermo
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
334 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX TM 21 is intended for facing fireplaces, stoves, as well as heated floors with all types of ceramic tiles and other facing materials with a water absorption of less than 1% and a size of no more than 600 × 600 mm (mm) indoors and outdoors. The adhesive mixture TM-21 has high adhesion to various bases, thermal stability ensures stable operation up to 180 0С, the appropriate composition ensures a highly elastic state during temperature expansion. Especially recommended for high-quality covering of floors with water and electric heating.

Storage:

TM-21 adhesive mixture contains cement with special mineral aggregates, reinforced fiber and polymer additives.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • highly elastic, withstands internal mechanical deformation;
  • high fixing ability;
  • heat-resistant up to 180 0C;
  • highly elastic at temperature expansions;
  • for covering floors with water and electric heating (warm floor).

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.24-0.26 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (6.0-6 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Recommendations:

On bases with deformation seams, the latter must be additionally duplicated in the facing, followed by their filling with elastic sealants. When performing exterior work, a combined method is used for fixing tiles: the mortar mixture is applied to the surface in a layer, the thickness of which should correspond to the size of the grater tooth, and to the tile in a layer of up to 1 mm, evenly over the entire surface.

Note:

Adhesive mixture TM-21 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.6 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 6,0…6,5
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,6 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 20
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0,8
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,5
Offset of the material to be fixed (for walls only) No more than 0.5 mm
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 48

Adhesive mixture for tiles highly elastic fixing TM 25 WHITE

TM «VANMIX» mixture ТМ 25 White Ц.1.ЗК4 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mixture for tiles highly elastic fixing TM 25 WHITE
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
1005 UAH

Scope of application:

The adhesive mixture for tiles TM VANMIX TM 25 is designed for laying all types of ceramic and clinker tiles, as well as natural stone indoors and outdoors, on walls and floors, in dry and wet areas. Especially suitable for heated floors and thin translucent tiles, glass mosaic, light marble, etc. Also used on terraces and balconies. The adhesive mixture is intended for facing with large-format tiles 1200*600 mm (mm), with moisture absorption less than 0.5%. Due to its high water resistance and frost resistance, the glue can be used effectively on bases subject to periodic deformation due to moisture and expansion (indoor pools and tanks, showers, balconies, terraces, heated floors, etc.). It is especially recommended for cladding stairs and stairwells, as well as surfaces subject to intense mechanical deformations. It is advisable to use glue for high-quality arrangement of floors with water and electric heating.

Storage:

TM-25 adhesive mixture is made on the basis of white cement with special mineral aggregates, reinforced fiber and special polymer additives.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • excellent rheological properties;
  • for dry and wet rooms;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • highly elastic, withstands internal mechanical deformation;
  • high fixing ability;
  • highly elastic for wide-format tiles;
  • excellent adhesion to old alkyd bases;
  • prevents the formation of cracks under mechanical loads;
  • for covering floors with water and electric heating (warm floor).

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. Surfaces made of porous concrete, as well as gypsum and smooth concrete surfaces should be treated with a primer. Allow primed surfaces to stand for at least 4 hours before starting cladding.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.28-0.30 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (7.0-7 .5 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

The mortar mixture is applied in a thin layer on the prepared base using a metal spatula or grater and smoothed with a toothed spatula. At one time, such amount of solution is applied that can be used within 15 minutes. Do not pre-soak the tile. After applying the solution, the tile should be applied and pressed to the base. The location of the tile can be adjusted within approximately 10 minutes after gluing it. The maximum thickness of the freshly applied mortar mixture under the tile should not exceed 10 mm. The minimum thickness of the layer should be at least 2 mm. For convenience, the width of the seam between the tiles is set using distance crosses. When performing facing work using ceramic granite tiles, the mortar mixture must also be applied to the tile in a uniform layer of up to 1 mm, completely covering its base. Remains of the solution mixture must be carefully removed before it hardens with a damp sponge. Grout of joints must be started no earlier than 24 hours after laying the tiles. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Recommendations:

On bases with deformation seams, the latter must be additionally duplicated in the facing, followed by their filling with elastic sealants. When performing exterior work, a combined method is used for fixing tiles: the mortar mixture is applied to the surface in a layer, the thickness of which should correspond to the size of the grater tooth, and to the tile in a layer of up to 1 mm, evenly over the entire surface.

Note:

The TM-25 adhesive mixture contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.7 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, impurities
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 7,0…7,5
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,7 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 60
Open time, min Not less than 20
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 1,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0.63
Offset of the material to be fixed (for walls only) No more than 0.5 mm
Compressive strength (after 28 days), Mpa: Not less than 10.0
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 40 °C
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 48

Adhesive mixture for gluing insulation boards PPS and MV

Ц1. ЗК5 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mixture for gluing insulation boards PPS and MV
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
240 UAH

Scope of application:

A universal mixture for gluing facade polystyrene and mineral wool insulation boards. The mixture is used for all facade insulation systems using the "light wet" method for gluing insulation boards (polystyrene foam and mineral wool).

Storage:

polymer cement mixture with mineral fillers and organic modifiers

Properties:

  • plastic and easy to use;
  • high vapor permeability
  • long open time
  • reinforced with microfibers
  • high adhesion to the base
  • excellent rheology when applied
  • water-repellent properties

Preparation of the base:

It is carried out in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1-23:2013 and DSTU-NB B.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. In winter, there should be no ice or snow on the surface. Surfaces that are weak and highly absorbent should be pre-treated with primers, according to the purpose.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.2-0.24 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.0-6 .0 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. The freshly laid mixture must be protected from rapid drying, from rain and direct sunlight. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

Add a 25 kg bag of dry mixture gradually to a container with 5-5.5 liters of clean water (water temperature from +15 °C to +20 °C), mix with a construction mixer until a homogeneous mass is formed. Leave for 5 minutes and mix again. The time of use of the mixture after mixing with water is about 2 hours. Before starting work on the insulation of the building, it is necessary to fix the plinth along the perimeter of the base with dowels at the bottom mark. Gluing polystyrene plates. Depending on the unevenness of the surface of the enclosing structures of the facade, choose one of the methods described below for gluing polystyrene plates.

Continuous - if the surface of the wall has no visible irregularities (up to 3 mm per 1 m), the solution mixture is applied continuously over the entire surface of the slab of heat-insulating material at a distance of 10 to 15 mm from the edge with a toothed spatula with a tooth size of 10 x 10 mm.

Striped - if the surface of the wall has irregularities from 3 to 5 mm per 1 m, the mortar mixture is applied to the surface of the slab in the form of strips at a distance of 10 to 15 mm from the edge along the entire perimeter of the slab and in the middle. The strips applied around the perimeter should have gaps so that air jams do not form during the gluing of the plates.

Beacon — if the surface of the wall has irregularities of 5 to 10 mm per 1 m, the mortar mixture is applied to the surface of the slab in the form of beacons at the rate of 5–8 pieces with a diameter of about 100 mm per slab measuring 0.5 x 1.0 m. Gluing mineral wool slabs is performed only by the continuous method. For better adhesion of thermal insulation boards to the surface, it is recommended to combine strip and beacon methods.

Apply the mortar mixture to the plate and immediately install it in the design position and press it down. The force during pressing should be such that the solution mixture is distributed between the surface and the slab by at least 60%. After applying the mortar mixture, the slab must be installed in the design position and pressed, the position of the slab can be adjusted within the next 10 minutes. The plates must be glued tightly to each other in the same plane, preventing vertical seams from overlapping. The width of the seams should not exceed 2 mm. Remains of the solution mixture should be removed before it hardens with a spatula. 2 days after gluing, it is necessary to start additional mechanical fastening of polystyrene foam plates with facade dowels and arrangement of a waterproof reinforced layer. It is not allowed to carry out work during precipitation, strong wind, direct sunlight, without special protective structures that limit the influence of atmospheric factors.

Note:

The adhesive mixture VT 30 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 4-6 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, reinforcing microfibers
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,0 … 6,0
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 4,5-6,5 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 120
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0.5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,8
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -50 °C to + 70 °C

Adhesive mixture for gluing and reinforcing insulation boards PPS and MV

Ц1. ЗК5, ГІЗ ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mixture for gluing and reinforcing insulation boards PPS and MV
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
280 UAH

Scope of application:

Mixture for gluing and reinforcing with waterproofing of polystyrene foam plates when insulating facades of buildings and structures. It is intended for the implementation of a reinforcing layer with improved waterproofing properties and gluing of polystyrene foam plates during the insulation of building facades.

Storage:

Polymer cement mixture with mineral fillers and organic modifiers

Properties:

  • high adhesion and elasticity;
  • resistant to shock loads;
  • high vapor permeability;
  • reinforced with microfibers;
  • excellent adhesion to absorbing surfaces;
  • long open time;
  • low water absorption.

Preparation of the base:

It is carried out in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1-23:2013 and DSTU-NB B.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion. In winter, there should be no ice or snow on the surface. Surfaces that are weak and highly absorbent should be pre-treated with primers, according to the purpose.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.22-0.27 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (5.5-6 .7 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

The use of dry mixture is recommended at temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 65%. The freshly laid mixture must be protected from rapid drying, from rain and direct sunlight. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

Depending on the size of the unevenness of the surfaces, the method of attaching polystyrene foam plates to the base is used in accordance with DSTU B.V.26-36:2008:
- in strips along the perimeter at a distance of 10 mm to 15 mm (mm) from the edge and intermediate (unevennesses up to 5 mm (mm))
‐ continuously over the entire surface of the slab using a notched trowel with a tooth size of 10*10 mm (mm) (unevenness up to 3 mm (mm))
- separate beacons, diameter 100 mm (mm) (unevenness up to 10 mm (mm)).

For mineral wool plates, only a continuous method of attachment to the base is used. After applying the mixture, the plate should be installed in the design position and pressed. The width of the joints between the plates should not exceed 2 mm (mm). The arrangement of the reinforced layer on the insulation begins after fixing it with dowels. Before installing the waterproofing layer, a contact layer with a thickness of 1-2 mm (mm) should be placed on the entire surface of the fixed mineral wool boards. The waterproofing layer should be installed no earlier than 24 hours after applying the contact layer.

To do this, apply the mixture with a toothed spatula, with teeth of 10x10 mm (mm), on the contact layer of mineral wool plates or directly on polystyrene plates, lay the reinforcing mesh and level it. The total thickness of the reinforcing layer should be 3-5 mm (mm). The application of the decorative protective coating should be started 3 days after the installation of the waterproof reinforced layer.

Note:

The adhesive mixture VT 35 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.7 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement, mineral fillers, polymer modifiers, reinforcing microfibers
Water Demand per 25 kg of dry mix, L 5,5 … 6,7
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 4,5-6,5 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 120
Adjustment time, min Not less than 10
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPA Not less than 0.08 (to expanded polystyrene)
not less than 0.015 (to mineral wool)
Compressive strength limit, MPA Not less than 4
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0.63
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -50 °C to + 70 °C

Adhesive mix for aerated concrete

Ц.1 .МР4 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Adhesive mix for aerated concrete
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
191 UAH

Scope of application:

TM VANMIX adhesive mixture is intended for thin-layer masonry of external and internal walls from aerated concrete blocks of exact dimensions. The thickness of the masonry seam is 2-10 mm (mm). It is also allowed to putty the walls of aerated concrete blocks inside the building.

Properties:

  • high adhesion to the base;
  • water resistance and frost resistance;
  • easy to use;
  • thin layer;
  • excellent rheology;
  • convenient open time for work.

Preparation of the base:

The foundation is prepared in accordance with the requirements of SNiP 3.04.01-87 and DBN V.2.6-22-2001. The surface must be dry, strong, even, with low and uniform water absorption, without existing destruction. Before applying the dry mixture, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce adhesion.

Preparation of the solution:

Preparation of mortar mixture: pour water (ʈ water from +15 °C to +25 °C) into a clean container at the rate of 0.17-0.21 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture (4.25-5 .25 l (l) per 25 kg (kg)), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer until a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Stir the mixture for about 5 minutes (min), bringing the solution mixture to the state of a homogeneous mass. Wait for a technological pause of 5-7 minutes (min), then mix the mixture again. The consistency of the solution is selected correctly if, when applied to a vertical surface, it does not float (indicator of too liquid mixture) and does not fall into pieces (indicator of hard mixture), but retains a harrow-like shape created by a trowel with a tooth-like edge.

Recommendations:

The use of a dry mixture is recommended for floor and air temperatures from +5 °C to +30 °C and relative air humidity not higher than 60%. Normative adhesion is not guaranteed when laying too wet or too dry blocks. In dry, hot weather, it is recommended to pre-moisten the surface of the blocks, and protect the horizontal surfaces of the masonry during rainfall. Eyes and skin should be protected during work. If the mixture gets into the eyes, it is necessary to immediately wash them with water and consult a doctor.

Execution of works:

Apply the finished solution mixture evenly, in a thin layer, to the cleaned surface with a trowel, spatula, etc. and level with a toothed grater or spatula with teeth size 6x6 mm (mm) or 8x8 mm (mm), avoiding free areas. Consumption depending on the size of the teeth, from 1.5 kg/m² (kg/m2). The blocks are placed on the mortar mixture no later than 10 minutes (min) after applying the glue. In the process of masonry, the blocks do not need to be strongly pressed to the floor, if necessary, the position of the blocks can be adjusted within 5 minutes (min) after laying, with the help of a rubber hammer. During the deposition of the block, the mortar mixture should be squeezed out of the seams, which indicates that the surface is completely filled. The protruding solution is removed with a trowel. Do not rub!

Note:

The VG adhesive mixture contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.50 to 1.60 kg of glue is used per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse mix of high quality Portland Cement with mineral fillers and organic modifiers
Dry mix density About 1,45 kg/dm³
closing water quantity 0,17-0,21 L per 1 kg of dry adhesive mix
shelf life of the mortar mix At least 60 Minutes
exposure and adjustment time About 15 min.
surface adhesion Cohesive gap on aerated concrete after 7 days of holding
Compressive strength Not less than 10 MPA
Flexural strength Not less than 3 MPA
Frost resistance Not less than 50 cycles
Water retention capacity Not less than 95%
density of the mortar mixture 1.55 ± 0.05 kg/dm²
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -50 °C to + 70 °C

Plaster cement-lime mix V MP 1

ЦВ2. ШТ1 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Plaster cement-lime mix V MP 1
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
200 UAH

Scope of application:

TM "VANMIX" V MP 1 mixture is intended for leveling mineral surfaces (made of brick, concrete, expanded clay concrete blocks and aerated concrete blocks) inside and outside buildings with a layer thickness of 5 to 30 mm in one application. It is best suited for placing a plaster layer in wet rooms. The hardened plaster layer is recommended to be leveled and decorated with putties, thin-layer decorative plasters, paints, and tiles.

Properties:

  • for manual and machine application;
  • for internal and external use;
  • protects the surface from the formation of mold and fungi;
  • crack resistant;
  • slip resistant;
  • high rate of vapor permeability;
  • highly adhesive;
  • plastic and easy to use;
  • long open time for work.

Preparation of the base:

Prepare the base surface in accordance with the requirements of DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, as well as dense and clean. Clean the surface of dirt and substances that reduce the adhesion of the plaster mixture to the base (oil and grease stains, lubricating materials, paint coatings, etc.). Weak areas of the surface and those that crumble should be removed. Repair significant surface irregularities with materials, in accordance with the purpose. Surfaces with high water absorption, as well as plaster and smooth concrete surfaces, should be treated with an acrylic primer according to the purpose.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +20 °C) at the rate of 0.18-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture, gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer or a drill with a special nozzle to obtain a homogeneous mass without lumps. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

When working, tools and containers that rust cannot be used. The freshly applied mixture must be protected from rain, overheating and exposure to direct sunlight. Work must be performed at an air temperature of +5°С to +30°С. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20°С and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. In the case of using the mixture in non-standard conditions or for other purposes, it is necessary to conduct tests yourself or consult with the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Execution of works:

When applied by hand: the solution mixture is applied to the surface using a ladle, spatula or semi-grater. When applying by machine: the solution mixture is applied by holding the spray gun perpendicular to the surface at a distance of 10-30 cm. After applying the base layer, level the solution mixture with a metal ruler after 5-8 minutes. 24 hours after the installation of the main layer, dismantle the lighthouses, if they are available, and fill the places of dismantling with the same mortar mixture and level them. If necessary, repair the freshly installed plaster layer. The recommended thickness of one layer of plaster is from 8 to 20 mm, surfaces with irregularities greater than 20 mm should be leveled in 2-3 layers, while the next layer should be applied immediately after the previous one has hardened in about 2-3 hours (depending on the water absorption of the surface). When applying several layers, do not level the previous layer, the total thickness of the layers should not exceed 50 mm. Start preparing the surface no earlier than after 2 days, after finishing or stopping the work, wash the tool and the unit thoroughly. After 6-18 hours (depending on the surface, temperature and thickness of the layer), level the surface completely by cutting off excess material with the edge of a long rule, moisten and smooth the plaster with a metal or plastic spatula and finish the corners.

Note:

Plaster V MP 1 contains cement that causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in a branded sealed package in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.55 kg of mixture is consumed per 1 mm layer.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement-lime binder, mineral fillers, modifier additives
Color Grey
maximum placeholder size 0,63 mm
Water consumption for preparation of mortar mix (per 25 kg of dry mix) 4,5-5,5 l
Minimum layer thickness per application 5 mm
Maximum layer thickness 20 mm
shelf life of the mortar mixture, min Not less than 60
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,3
Application temperature of the mortar mixture From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 1,2
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,4 kg

Plaster starting cement-lime mixture V MP Start

TM «VANMIX» mixture V MP. ЦВ1. ШТ1 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Plaster starting cement-lime mixture V MP Start
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
178 UAH

Scope of application:

TM "VANMIX" V MP mixture is intended for leveling mineral surfaces (made of brick, concrete, expanded clay concrete blocks and aerated concrete blocks) both outside and inside buildings with a layer thickness of 5 to 30 mm in one application. It is best suited for placing a plaster layer in wet rooms. The hardened plaster layer is recommended to be leveled and decorated with putties, thin-layer decorative plasters, paints, and tiles. The recipe of the plaster material is adapted more for convenient manual application.

Properties:

  • for manual and machine application;
  • for external and internal use;
  • protects the surface from the formation of mold and fungi;
  • slip resistant;
  • high rate of vapor permeability;
  • highly adhesive;
  • enough open time for work;
  • plastic and easy to use;
  • adapted to manual application.

Preparation of the base:

Prepare the base surface in accordance with the requirements of DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, as well as dense and clean. Clean the surface of dirt and substances that reduce the adhesion of the plaster mixture to the base (oil and grease stains, lubricating materials, paint coatings, etc.). Weak areas of the surface and those that crumble should be removed. Repair significant surface irregularities with materials, in accordance with the purpose. Surfaces with high water absorption, as well as plaster and smooth concrete surfaces, should be treated with an acrylic primer according to the purpose.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +20 °C) at the rate of 0.18-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture, gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer or a drill with a special nozzle to obtain a homogeneous mass without lumps. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

When working, tools and containers that rust cannot be used. The freshly applied mixture must be protected from rain, overheating and exposure to direct sunlight. Work must be performed at an air temperature of +5°С to +30°С. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20°C and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. In the case of using the mixture in non-standard conditions or for other purposes, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or consult with the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Execution of works:

When applied by hand: the solution mixture is applied to the surface using a ladle, spatula or semi-grater. When applying by machine: the solution mixture is applied by holding the spray gun perpendicular to the surface at a distance of 10-30 cm. After applying the base layer, level the solution mixture with a metal ruler after 5-8 minutes. 24 hours after the installation of the main layer, dismantle the lighthouses, if they are available, and fill the places of dismantling with the same mortar mixture and level them. If necessary, repair the freshly installed plaster layer. The recommended thickness of one layer of plaster is from 8 to 20 mm, surfaces with irregularities greater than 20 mm should be leveled in 2-3 layers, while the next layer should be applied immediately after the previous one has hardened in about 2-3 hours (depending on the water absorption of the surface). When applying several layers, do not level the previous layer, the total thickness of the layers should not exceed 50 mm. Start preparing the surface no earlier than after 2 days, after finishing or stopping the work, thoroughly wash the tool and the unit. After 6-18 hours (depending on the surface, temperature and thickness of the layer), level the surface completely by cutting off excess material with the edge of a long rule, moisten and smooth the plaster with a metal or plastic spatula, and finish the corners.

Note:

Plaster V MP contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.55 kg of mixture is consumed per 1 mm layer.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement-lime binder, mineral fillers, modifier additives
Color Grey
maximum placeholder size 0,63 mm
Water consumption for preparation of mortar mix (per 25 kg of dry mix) 4,5-5,5 l
Minimum layer thickness per application 5 mm
Maximum layer thickness 30 mm
shelf life of the mortar mixture, min Not less than 60
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,5
Application temperature of the mortar mixture From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 1,2
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1.55 kg

Plaster cement-polymer finishing mixture V CP Finish

TM «VANMIX» mixture V CP Finish. ЦВ1. ШТ4 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Plaster cement-polymer finishing mixture V CP Finish
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
217 UAH

Scope of application:

TM "VANMIX" VCP Finish fine-grained dry mixture with high plasticity is intended for the final thin-layer high-quality treatment on all types of non-deformable mineral bases, as well as bases from starting plaster solution V MP1 or V MP, or other similar products. It is effective in repairing cracks, sinks, notches and other defects on the surface of the foundations with a depth of up to 5 mm. TM "VANMIX" VCP Finish mixture can be used inside and outside buildings, in industrial and residential premises, as well as in conditions of high humidity, the surface has an excellent water-repellent effect. It is recommended for finishing facades and interiors with the creation of various textures.

Properties:

  • for external and internal use;
  • high water repellency index;
  • slip resistant;
  • high rate of vapor permeability;
  • highly adhesive;
  • enough open time for work;
  • plastic and easy to use.

Preparation of the base:

Prepare the base surface in accordance with the requirements of DSTU-NB A.3.1- 23:2013 and DSTU-NB V.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, as well as dense and clean. Clean the surface of dirt and substances that reduce the adhesion of the plaster mixture to the base (oil and grease stains, lubricating materials, paint coatings, etc.). Weak areas of the surface and those that crumble should be removed. Repair significant surface irregularities with materials, in accordance with the purpose. Surfaces with high water absorption, as well as plaster and smooth concrete surfaces, should be treated with an acrylic primer according to the purpose.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +20 °C) at the rate of 0.20-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture, gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a low-speed mixer or a drill with a special nozzle to obtain a homogeneous mass without lumps. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again.

Recommendations:

When working, tools and containers that rust cannot be used. The freshly applied mixture must be protected from rain, overheating and exposure to direct sunlight. Work must be performed at an air temperature of +5°С to +30°С. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20°С and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. In the case of using the mixture in non-standard conditions or for other purposes, it is necessary to conduct tests yourself or consult with the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Execution of works:

Apply the mortar mixture to the surface using a ladle and a metal grater made of stainless steel and distribute it in an even continuous layer to the required thickness. Surfaces with differences of more than 10 mm should be leveled by applying 2-3 layers, while the next layer is applied immediately after hardening of the previous one (after approximately 2-3 hours), the maximum thickness of the layer should not exceed 5 mm for one application. To obtain a flat (smooth) surface (before painting, gluing wallpaper, applying decorative coatings), it is recommended to thoroughly rub the freshly applied putty layer at the time of initial hardening (from 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the surface and conditions during application) with a plastic grater. If necessary, freshly applied putty can be moistened with water. At a temperature of +20 ± 2 °C, a relative humidity of 55 ± 5% and adequate ventilation, painting, pasting wallpaper or applying decorative coatings can be started after 24 hours.

Note:

VCP Finish plaster contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 1.60-1.80 kg of mixture is used per 1 mm of layer.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Cement-lime binder, mineral fillers, modifier additives
Color Grey
maximum placeholder size 0,6 mm
Water consumption for preparation of mortar mix (per 25 kg of dry mix) 5,0-5,5 l
Minimum layer thickness per application 1,5 mm
Maximum layer thickness 5 mm
shelf life of the mortar mixture, min Not less than 60
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,5
Application temperature of the mortar mixture From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 1,4
Frost resistance, cycles Not less than 50
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,45-1,50 kg

Gypsum plaster mix MGP PRO

TM «VANMIX» mixture MGP PRO Г.2. ШТ6 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Gypsum plaster mix MGP PRO
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
217 UAH

Scope of application:

The MGP product is a dry plaster mix based on a gypsum binder with polymer additives. It is intended for high-quality plastering of walls and ceilings by machine method, for example, with the help of plastering machines PFT G5, PFT G4, PFT Monojet, which provides a significant advantage in productivity compared to the manual method, especially for large volumes of work. It is applied to any hard base (brickwork, cement plaster, concrete, etc.). The thickness of the layer is from 5 mm to 30 mm.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Gypsum binder, mineral fillers, additives-modifiers
Color white
maximum placeholder size 0,6 mm
Water consumption for preparation of mortar mix (per 25 kg of dry mix) 0,50-0,55 l
Minimum layer thickness per application 5 mm
Maximum layer thickness 30 mm
shelf life of the mortar mixture, min Not less than 60
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,5
Application temperature of the mortar mixture From +5 °C to +30 °C
Operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 1,4
Further work Not earlier than 1 day
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,20-1,30 kg

Cement screed for floor installation VF 150

Ц1.СТ1 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Cement screed for floor installation VF 150
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
188 UAH

Scope of application:

TM "Vanmix" VF 150 mixture is intended for laying screeds of non-deformed concrete floors with a layer thickness of 10 mm (mm) inside buildings for finishing coatings (ceramic tiles, natural stone, linoleum, laminate, parquet, etc.) and for preparing the base for self-leveling solutions. It is used on rigid foundations in civil construction. Can be used in a water-based floor heating system.

Properties:

  • for leveling the foundations before installing the finishing coating;
  • convenient and easy to use;
  • reinforced with elastic microfiber;
  • high adhesion;
  • for "underfloor heating" systems;
  • layer thickness for application from 10 to 100 mm;
  • Grade strength M150;
  • for internal and external use.

Preparation of the base:

It is carried out in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1-23:2013 and DSTU-NB B.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, as well as dense and clean. Before installation, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce the adhesion of the solution to the base. All weak areas of the base should be removed. Open and deepen the cracks mechanically (depth - 1/2 the thickness of the base, width - 5 mm), prime with an acrylic primer and fill with mortar mixture VF 150. To ensure better adhesion of the screed to the surface, surfaces with high absorption capacity should be pre-treated with primers, in accordance with appointment. Installation of screed is possible no earlier than 4 hours after priming.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.14-0.17 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture, gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a mixer on low revolutions until obtaining a homogeneous mass without lumps. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again. An overdose of water leads to delamination of the mixture and reduces the mechanical strength of the solution.

Recommendations:

If there are deformation seams in the bedding layer, their duplication on a freshly installed screed is necessary. In addition to the detailed information on how to use the material, when working with it, you should be guided by the current regulatory documents for arranging floors. In the case of using the material in conditions not considered in this technical description, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or consult the manufacturer.

Execution of works:

Put the mortar mixture on the surface of the base, distribute it evenly to the level specified by the beacons, level it with a slat or rule. In the event of a break in work for more than 60 minutes, the tools must be cleaned of the solution mixture and rinsed with water. Hardened solution can be removed only mechanically. To remove air bubbles from the solution, it is necessary to carry out deaeration using a rigid needle roller. On areas larger than 20 m² (m2), it is necessary to perform deformation joints, in accordance with regulatory documentation. It is recommended to install a special separation pad made of polymer material (styrofoam) in places where walls and columns adjoin the screed. The minimum thickness of the screed layer above the elements of the water heating system should be at least 25 mm. To reduce the risk of cracks appearing in places with a minimum thickness, it is recommended to lay a metal mesh with a mesh size of 50 x 50 mm in the layer of mortar mixture, closer to its surface. Ceramic tiles can be laid after 3 days, provided the moisture content of the screed is no more than 4%.

Note:

VF 150 screed contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 2.0 kg of screed is used per 1 m2, with a layer thickness of 1 mm.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse High-quality cement, mineral fillers, modifier additives, fiber.
Water consumption per 25 kg of dry mix 3,5….4,3 l
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 2 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 20
Possibility of technological movement After 24 hours
Possibility of laying ceramic and stone tiles, not earlier After 72 hours
Strength of adhesion to the concrete base after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,2
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 15
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 3,5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 1,25
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C

Cement screed for floors VF 250. Grade strength M250

TM «VANMIX» mixture VF 250 Ц1.СТ2 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Cement screed for floors VF 250. Grade strength M250
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
190 UAH

Scope of application:

TM "Vanmix" VF 250 mixture is intended for laying screeds of non-deformed concrete floors with a layer thickness of 10 mm (mm) inside buildings for finishing coatings (ceramic tiles, natural stone, linoleum, laminate, parquet, etc.) and for preparing the base for self-leveling mortars. It is used on rigid foundations in civil construction. Can be used in a water-based floor heating system.

Properties:

  • for leveling the foundations before installing the finishing coating;
  • convenient and easy to use;
  • reinforced with elastic microfiber;
  • high adhesion;
  • for "underfloor heating" systems;
  • layer thickness for application from 10 to 80 mm;
  • Grade strength M250;
  • for internal and external use.

Preparation of the base:

It is carried out in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1-23:2013 and DSTU-NB B.2.6-212:2016. The surface of the base must be dry, strong, as well as dense and clean. Before installation, the surface is cleaned of dust, oil stains and other substances that reduce the adhesion of the solution to the base. All weak areas of the base should be removed. Open and deepen the cracks mechanically (depth - 1/2 the thickness of the base, width - 5 mm), prime with an acrylic primer and fill with mortar mixture VF 250. To ensure better adhesion of the screed to the surface, surfaces with high absorption capacity should be pre-treated with primers, in accordance with appointment. Installation of screed is possible no earlier than 4 hours after priming.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour water into a clean container (water temperature from +15 °C to +25 °C) at the rate of 0.14-0.17 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture, gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a mixer on low revolutions until obtaining a homogeneous mass without lumps. Keep the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again. An overdose of water leads to delamination of the mixture and reduces the mechanical strength of the solution.

Recommendations:

If there are deformation seams in the bedding layer, their duplication on a freshly installed screed is necessary. In addition to the detailed information on how to use the material, when working with it, you should be guided by the current regulatory documents for arranging floors. In the case of using the material in conditions not considered in this technical description, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or consult the manufacturer.

Execution of works:

Put the mortar mixture on the surface of the base, distribute it evenly to the level specified by the beacons, level it with a slat or rule. If necessary, rub. During the execution of "floating" floor screeds, for example, on a soil base or In the event of a break in work for more than 60 minutes, the tools must be cleaned of the mortar mixture and rinsed with water. Hardened solution can be removed only mechanically. It is recommended to install a special separation pad made of polymer material (styrofoam) in places where walls and columns adjoin the screed. The minimum thickness of the screed layer above the elements of the water heating system should be at least 25-35 mm. To reduce the risk of cracks appearing in places with a minimum thickness, it is recommended to lay a metal mesh with a mesh size of 50 x 50 mm in the layer of mortar mixture, closer to its surface. Ceramic tiles can be laid after 3 days, provided the moisture content of the screed is no more than 4%. Moisten the surface of the screed periodically during the first 48 hours after laying. During laying and hardening of the floor screed, especially during the first two days after laying, avoid exposure to direct sunlight, atmospheric precipitation, strong wind and drafts - take measures to eliminate them, as well as ensure proper ventilation of the premises.

Note:

VF 250 screed contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 2.0-2.2 kg of screed is used per 1 m2, with a layer thickness of 1 mm.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse High-quality cement, mineral fillers, modifier additives, microfiber.
Water consumption per 25 kg of dry mix 3,5….4,3 l
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 2 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 20
Possibility of technological movement After 24 hours
Possibility of laying ceramic and stone tiles, not earlier After 72 hours
Strength of adhesion to the concrete base after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,2
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 20
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 4,5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 1,25
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C

Mixture for waterproofing is one-component FW 20

TM «VANMIX» mixture FW20 Ц.1.ПР2 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Mixture for waterproofing is one-component FW 20
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
578 UAH

Scope of application:

One-component waterproofing TM "Vanmix" FW 20 is intended for reliable waterproofing of balconies, terraces, swimming pools, sanitary facilities before laying facing tiles; to protect the foundations from the influence of moisture that does not act under pressure; for waterproofing the inside of the bowl of pools and reservoirs with a depth of up to 5 m. The recommended thickness of the layer is from 2 mm to 4 mm.

Storage:

The mixture for waterproofing FW 20 is made on the basis of a mixture of mineral binders, fillers and functional additives, which help to improve the physical and mechanical characteristics of the solution. The mixture is reinforced with microfibers, resistant to the formation of cracks, resistant to moderate mechanical actions, water-resistant, frost-resistant.

Properties:

TM "Vanmix" FW 20 waterproofing is highly adhesive, shrink-resistant, water-tight, vapor-permeable, frost-resistant, easy to use.

Preparation of the base:

When preparing the base, it is necessary to comply with the requirements of DSTU-N B A.3.1-23:2013, DSTU-N B V.2.6-212:2016 and SNiP 2.03.13-88. Mineral bases made of concrete, cement and cement-lime plaster, masonry with even and full seams (do not use mixed masonry), dry cement screeds must be non-deformable, strong and hard, without cracks and deflections, cleaned of dust, dirt, oils, fats, paint and other substances that reduce the adhesion of the solution to the base. Small unevenness of the surface of the base should be smoothed, and weak layers should be removed. Sharp edges and corners should be broken off and rounded to a radius of 4 cm. Cracks larger than 0.5 mm should be widened and filled with a repair mixture. In case of leaky walls and floors, it is necessary to apply waterproofing tapes and patches. Brick and concrete structures must be maintained for at least 3 months. Cement floors and plasters — at least 28 days. Before applying the first layer of waterproofing FW 20, the base must be moistened with water.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour the dry mixture into a container with clean water at room temperature in the proportion: 0.25-0.32 l per 1 kg of the mixture. Mix thoroughly with a mixer or a low-speed drill with a nozzle to a uniform consistency without lumps and clots. After that, keep the solution for 5 minutes and mix thoroughly again. Use clean containers and tools for cooking. The solution must be used within 2 hours.

Recommendations:

When laying facing tiles, it is necessary to use a plastic toothed spatula. Waterproofing FW 20 is used only from the side of moisture. The freshly laid mixture must be protected from rain, overheating, sub-zero temperatures and direct sunlight for 24 hours.

Work must be performed at an air temperature of +5°C to +30°C. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20°C and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. In the case of using the mixture in non-standard conditions or for other purposes, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or consult with the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Order of work:

The prepared solution is applied in a thin layer using a paint brush or brush to a moist, but not wet, base, following the "wet on wet" method. The solution must be applied in one direction without cross movements. The applied layer must be protected from rapid drying. The second layer of the soluble mixture must be applied with a brush or spatula in a perpendicular direction to the hardened first layer. It is necessary to ensure that the surface of the solution is wet. It is necessary to apply the solution especially carefully in the corners, on the edges and in the passages. The solution is applied to the base in two layers with a brush or in two layers with a brush and spatula. Before finishing the work, it is necessary to make sure that the entire surface of the base is covered with a solution with a thickness of at least 2 mm. The thickness of the layers should not exceed 4 mm. Three days after application, the surface is ready for further work, but it is not designed for intensive mechanical loads. Complete readiness for operation - in 7 days. After waterproofing the foundations, the surface must be protected with finishing materials that do not contain gypsum, or a facing tile should be glued. After finishing the work, the tool must be washed. When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

The FW 20 floor mix contains cement that causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 3 kg of finished waterproofing is consumed per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and purpose.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Mineral binding aggregates, functional impurities, reinforcing microfibers
Water consumption per 25 kg of dry mix
-for a plastic consistency, l of water/kg
-for liquid consistency, l of water/kg

0,23-0,25
0,30-0,32
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 2,5-3,0 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 120
Readiness for initial loads After 24 hours
Possibility of laying ceramic and stone tiles, not earlier After 72 hours
Further technical works After 7 days
Strength of adhesion to the concrete base after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 1,6
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 20
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,63
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C

Floor mixture FL 50 self-leveling cement mass 3-50 mm for manual and machine pouring

TM «VANMIX» mixture FL50 Ц.1.ПР2 ДСТУ Б.В.2.7-126:2011

Floor mixture FL 50 self-leveling cement mass 3-50 mm for manual and machine pouring
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
255 UAH

Field of application:

TM "Vanmix" FL 50 floor mixture is intended for leveling concrete bases and screeds on a mineral basis, followed by facing with ceramic coatings, as well as linoleum coatings, etc. in the middle of residential and civilian premises. Suitable for machine pouring. The high level of quality, ease of use and manufacturability of the FL 50 mixture provides an opportunity to obtain the maximum result when laying the base of the floor, with its subsequent long-term operation. It can be used in the form of a monolithic-combined floor, a monolithic floor on a split layer, a monolithic "floating" floor. Also applicable to machine filling. It can be used for leveling screeds with heating elements (heated floors). The recommended layer thickness is from 3 mm to 50 mm.

Properties:

Floor mixture TM "Vanmix" FL 50 is self-leveling, hardens quickly, has high mechanical strength (М200), can be poured by machine, is resistant to shrinkage, easy to use.
- High adhesion to the base;
- Quickly gains strength (mechanical movement is possible after 8 hours with any coating layer);
- For manual and machine application;
- Suitable for laying a seamless heated floor.

Storage:

Floor mixture FL 50 is made on the basis of a mixture of mineral binders, aggregates and functional additives that improve the physical and mechanical characteristics of the solution. The mixture is reinforced with microfibers, resistant to the formation of cracks, resistant to moderate mechanical actions, waterproof.

Preparation of the base:

When preparing the base, it is necessary to comply with the requirements of DSTU-N B A.3.1-23:2013, DSTU-N B V.2.6-212:2016 and SNiP 2.03.13-88. The base must be load-bearing and strong, cleaned of dust, dirt, lime, oils, fats, wax, paint. To create a clean contact layer, it is necessary to clean the base from dust using a household or industrial vacuum cleaner. Weak layers should be removed, existing cracks should be widened, primed and filled with FL 50 mixture. Surfaces that strongly absorb liquid should be treated with a deep penetration primer and allowed to stand for at least 4 hours. Weakly absorbent surfaces should be treated with an acrylic primer and allowed to stand for at least 4 hours.

It is necessary to separate the monolithic floor from the walls and columns with a thin elastic layer (for example, thin strips of polystyrene foam).

Preparation of the solution:

Pour the dry mixture into a container with clean water at room temperature in the proportion: 0.18 l per 1 kg of the mixture (4.5 l per 25 kg bag). Mix with a drill with a nozzle (manual pouring) or a pressure mixer (machine pouring) until a homogeneous state. After that, keep the solution for 5 minutes and mix thoroughly again. With each new mixing of the mixture, it is necessary to control the mixing time (approximately 6 minutes) and the consistency of the solution. It is possible to use the solution within 30 minutes from the moment of preparation.

Use clean containers and tools for preparation.

Recommendations:

During the hardening of the monolithic floor in the first two days, it must be protected from direct sunlight and drafts, as well as provide adequate ventilation. During operation, the base should not be exposed to moisture.

Work must be performed at an air temperature of +5°С to +30°С. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20°C and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. In the case of using the mixture in non-standard conditions or for other purposes, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or consult with the manufacturer. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Order of work:

Before carrying out work, it is necessary to determine the future thickness of the layer. The marked technological area is filled with the mixture, starting from the furthest corner. The poured mixture is immediately deaerated (air removed) using a needle roller (the size of the needles of the roller depends on the thickness of the poured layer). The room should be filled with the mixture in one go. If the area of the room is large, it must be divided into separate sections and poured through one. The gaps are filled after the previous strips have dried. You can use a piston or auger pump for the convenience of supplying the solution and the speed of work. When used in heated floors, the heating elements can be turned on no earlier than 72 hours after pouring the FL 50 mixture. On areas larger than 20 m2 or on those with a diagonal length of more than 10 m, expansion joints must be made. If the base, on which the solution will be poured, has deformation seams, then they must be duplicated in the layer as well. The drying time of the monolithic floor depends on the thickness of the layer, temperature and humidity in the room.

If the work is interrupted for more than 25 minutes, the tools and the machine must be cleaned of the solution and rinsed with water. Hardened solution is removed only mechanically.

After finishing the work, the tool must be washed.

When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

An excess amount of water causes delamination of the solution, increases the time it takes for the mixture to harden, and reduces the quality of the coating. Floor mixture FL 50 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

The average consumption of the mixture per 1 mm of layer thickness is 1.75 kg/m2.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Mineral binding aggregates, functional impurities, reinforcing microfibers
Water consumption per 25 kg of dry mix 4,0-4,5 l
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,75 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 30
Readiness for initial loads In 8 hours
Possibility of laying ceramic and stone tiles, not earlier After 72 hours
Laying carpets, PVC, linoleum, parquet After 7 days
Strength of adhesion to the concrete base after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 1,0
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 20
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 4,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,63
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C

Mass level 5-15 mm FN 15

TM «VANMIX» mixture FL 50 Ц.1.ПР2 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Mass level 5-15 mm FN 15
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
350 UAH

Field of application:

TM "Vanmix" FN 15 floor mixture is intended for leveling concrete bases and screeds on a mineral basis, followed by facing with ceramic coatings, as well as linoleum coatings, etc. in the middle of residential and civilian premises. Suitable for machine pouring. The high level of quality, ease of use and manufacturability of the FN 15 mixture provides an opportunity to obtain the maximum result when laying the base of the floor, with its subsequent long-term operation. It can be used in the form of a monolithic-combined floor, a monolithic floor on a split layer, a monolithic "floating" floor. Also applicable to machine filling. It can be used for leveling screeds with heating elements (heated floors). The recommended layer thickness is from 3 mm to 15 mm.

Properties:

Cement-gypsum level mixture for the floor TM "Vanmix" FN 15 is self-leveling, quickly hardens, has high mechanical strength (М200), can be machine poured, is resistant to shrinkage, easy to use.
- Resistant to mechanical influences;
- High abrasion resistance;
- Water- and frost-resistant;
- High adhesion to the surface;
- For warm floors and "floating bases";
- Convenient and easy to use.

Storage:

The floor mixture FN 15 is made on the basis of a mixture of mineral binders, fillers and functional additives that improve the physical and mechanical characteristics of the solution. The mixture is reinforced with microfibers, resistant to the formation of cracks, resistant to moderate mechanical actions, waterproof.

Preparation of the base:

When preparing the base, it is necessary to comply with the requirements of DSTU-N B A.3.1-23:2013, DSTU-N B V.2.6-212:2016 and SNiP 2.03.13-88. The base must be load-bearing and strong, cleaned of dust, dirt, lime, oils, fats, wax, paint. To create a clean contact layer, it is necessary to clean the base from dust using a household or industrial vacuum cleaner. Weak layers should be removed, existing cracks should be widened, primed and filled with FN 15 mixture. Surfaces that strongly absorb liquid should be treated with a deep penetration primer and allowed to stand for at least 4 hours. Weakly absorbent surfaces should be treated with an acrylic primer and left for at least 4 hours. It is necessary to separate the monolithic floor from the walls and columns with a thin elastic layer (for example, thin strips of polystyrene foam).

Preparation of the solution:

Pour the dry mixture into a container with clean water at room temperature in the proportion: 0.19 l per 1 kg of the mixture (4.75 l per 25 kg bag). Mix with a drill with a nozzle (manual pouring) or a pressure mixer (machine pouring) until a homogeneous state. After that, keep the solution for 5 minutes and mix thoroughly again. With each new mixing of the mixture, it is necessary to control the mixing time (approximately 6 minutes) and the consistency of the solution. The solution can be used within 30 minutes from the moment of preparation. Use clean containers and tools for cooking.

Recommendations:

On areas of more than 20 m2, it is necessary to perform deformation joints. If there are deformation seams in the base, they must be duplicated in the next layer. In the presence of a "warm floor" system, if it is turned on, it must be turned off before leveling the surface of the base. During the work, the temperature of the mortar mixture and the base must be the same. When using in underfloor heating systems, follow the rules of work specified by the manufacturer of the heating system. Turn on the heat load gradually, no earlier than 28 days after the installation of the underfloor heating. The arrangement of the following layers should be carried out in accordance with the recommendations of the material manufacturers, taking into account the presence of a "warm floor" system if necessary. Application in rooms with a high level of humidity (bathrooms and shower rooms, etc.) is possible only with the installation of additional waterproofing. In addition to the above information on how to use the material, when working with it, you should be guided by the current regulatory documents on the arrangement of the floor. In the case of using the material in conditions not considered in this technical description, it is necessary to independently conduct tests or seek advice from the manufacturer.

Order of work:

Before carrying out work, it is necessary to determine the future thickness of the layer. The marked technological area is filled with the mixture, starting from the furthest corner. The poured mixture is immediately deaerated (air removed) using a needle roller (the size of the needles of the roller depends on the thickness of the poured layer). The room should be filled with the mixture in one go. If the area of the room is large, it must be divided into separate sections and poured through one. The gaps are filled after the previous strips have dried. You can use a piston or auger pump for the convenience of supplying the solution and the speed of work. When used in heated floors, the heating elements can be turned on no earlier than 72 hours after pouring the FN 15 mixture. On areas larger than 20 m2 or on those with a diagonal length of more than 10 m, expansion joints must be made. If the base, on which the solution will be poured, has deformation seams, then they must be duplicated in the layer as well. The drying time of the monolithic floor depends on the thickness of the layer, temperature and humidity in the room.
If the work is interrupted for more than 25 minutes, the tools and the machine must be cleaned of the solution and rinsed with water. Hardened solution is removed only mechanically.
After finishing the work, the tool must be washed.
When performing work, it is also necessary to comply with the requirements of the current regulatory documentation.

Note:

An excess amount of water causes delamination of the solution, increases the time it takes for the mixture to harden, and reduces the quality of the coating. The floor mixture FN 15 contains cement that causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

The average consumption of the mixture per 1 mm of layer thickness is 1.80 kg/m2.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse Mineral binding aggregates, functional impurities, reinforcing microfibers
Water consumption per 25 kg of dry mix 4,5-4,75 l
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 1 mm Approximately 1,80 kg
Expiration date, min Not less than 30
Readiness for initial loads In 8 hours
Possibility of laying ceramic and stone tiles, not earlier After 72 hours
Laying carpets, PVC, linoleum, parquet After 7 days
Strength of adhesion to the concrete base after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 1,0
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 20
Flexural tensile strength after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5,0
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 0,63
Application temperature From +5 °C to +30 °C
operating temperature -30 °C to + 70 °C

Cement-sand mix VСS 15

Ц.1. МР2 ДСТУ Б В.2.7-126:2011

Cement-sand mix VСS 15
Package
weight
25 kg
Complete set
pallets PCs/kg
54 bags/1350 kg
Recommended
retail price
193 UAH

Scope of application:

TPS is intended for general construction work inside and outside buildings. It is effective for erecting walls and partitions from ceramic and silicate bricks, cinder blocks, for restoring destroyed masonry elements, plastered surfaces, etc., as well as for masonry walls of basements and foundations.

Properties:

  • for application inside and outside buildings;
  • effective for erecting walls and partitions;
  • suitable for restoration and masonry;
  • easy to use
  • durable and highly adhesive
  • long open time for work

Storage:

Polymer cement mixture with mineral fillers and organic modifiers.

Preparation of the solution:

Pour the required amount of water into a clean container (at the rate of 0.16-0.22 l (l) per 1 kg (kg) of dry mixture), gradually add the dry mixture and mix with a drill with a nozzle or by hand until it is homogeneous without lumps and clots, stand the solution mixture for about 5 minutes, then mix again. The proportion of water is selected experimentally, depending on the purpose of the material solution and atmospheric conditions. The recommended layer thickness is 10-30 mm (mm).

Recommendations:

Work must be performed in accordance with DSTU-NB A.3.1-23:2013 and DSTU-NB B.2.6-212:2016. at air temperature from +5 °C to +30 °C. The most effective result is achieved at a temperature of +20 °C and a relative humidity of 60%. In other conditions, the working parameters of the mixture may change. The manufacturer is not responsible for improper use of the material, as well as its use for other purposes and conditions not provided for in the technical description.

Execution of works:

The prepared mortar mixture is used in accordance with the needs when performing general construction works. In case of interruptions in work for more than 60 minutes, the tools must be cleaned of the solution mixture and rinsed with water. The curing time of the mixture depends on the nature of the base, temperature and relative humidity and is at least 24 hours. Hardened solution is removed only mechanically.

Note:

The cement-sand mixture VСS 15 contains cement, which causes an alkaline reaction at the moment of hydration, so it is necessary to protect the eyes and skin when working. If the solution mixture gets into the eyes, they should be immediately washed with running water and consult a doctor.

Packaging:

Paper bags with an inner polyethylene layer of 25 kg.

Storage:

The mixture must be stored in the company's airtight packaging in a dry room, on pallets. The shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture indicated on the package.

Cost:

On average, 6-10 kg of mixture is consumed per 1 m2, depending on the thickness of the applied layer and the condition of the surface.

Technical specifications:

Warehouse High-quality cement, mineral fillers, additives.
Water consumption for preparation of mortar mix (per 25 kg of dry mix) 4,0-5,5 l
Expiration date, min Not less than 90
Eecommended mobility of the mortar mixture, cm Not less than 5
Strength of adhesion to the substrate after holding in air-dry conditions, MPa Not less than 0,2
Compressive strength limit after 28 days, MPa Not less than 5
Placeholder size, mm Not more than 1,25
Dry mix consumption per 1 m² with a layer thickness of 10 mm 14 kg